Ever since I completed building my computer several weeks ago, I have noticed I run into problems with the usb ports in the rear of the computer.
Anything plugged in will seemingly randomly disconnect, then reconnect seconds later.
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I had recently upgraded my laptop from Windows 8.1 to 10.
I have tried the usual procedure of deleting that from Device Manager, and choosing Windows to choose an appropriate driver.
Windows 10 doesn't even display an option to add these as MTP USB devices or USB Composite Devices.
I've currently got my mouse and keyboard plugged into those, along with one hub for expansion.
Prior to the upgrade I was able to view these as Portable Devices.
All of these are displaying as Android ADB devices.
For further information, please see query the Knowledge Base for the article number KB3010081. The new package to download is: https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/kb/3099229 As in the documentation: So, where to start. As with previous versions of Windows, only K and KN editions do not.
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